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Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011)
The Iconic Inspiration Behind Tina Fey's Oscars Makeup
Two words: violet eyes.
Elizabeth Taylor's Son Reveals Where He Keeps Her Oscar for 'Butterfield 8'
Taylor won the first of her three Oscars for the 1960 film. Says Christopher Wilding: "She was so beautiful, some people tended to overlook her great acting chops."
The 20 Best Oscar Beauty Moments of All Time
From classic beauties like Lauren Hutton and Audrey Hepburn to modern-day muses Lupita Nyong'o and Michelle Williams, we look at the top hair and makeup moments of the last 60 years at the Academy Awards.
Colin Farrell, Carole Bayer Sager Continue Elizabeth Taylor's Passion Project
"Her message is timeless," said Farrell during an intimate luncheon for The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
Joseph Fiennes to Play Michael Jackson in 9/11 One-Off for Sky Arts
The white English actor will play the King of Pop in the British comedy about a road trip Jackson reportedly took with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando.
The Legend of Oscar-Winning Producer-Showman Mike Todd
One year after his marriage to Elizabeth Taylor and his controverisal best picture triumph at the 1957 Oscars for 'Around the World in 80 Days,' the flamboyant producer — an early master of the Hollywood awards campaign — died in a tragic accident.
After Cabo, Hollywood's Next Big Mexico Destination
Puerto Vallarta gets reinvigorated with the hotel-ization of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s private hideaway, replete with Hollywood lore and now opening as the Casa Kimberly.
Haskell Wexler, 'Cuckoo’s Nest' Cinematographer, Dies at 93
The five-time Oscar nominee won for 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' and 'Bound for Glory' and was the mastermind behind the landmark 'Medium Cool.'
'Under Milk Wood': Edinburgh Review
Rhys Ifans returns to his South Wales roots with this lusty cinematic remake of the celebrated radio play by legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
George Clooney, Jeffrey Katzenberg and the Fight for the Future of the MPTF Country House
Hollywood's veritable Soho House for senior citizens is where Bud Yorkin still "felt like he was on the lot," Liz Taylor and Sybil Burton made up, and a 104-year-old lied and said she was 102. Now, on the eve of its annual fundraiser, the beloved retirement home for actors and the industry faces escalating medical costs and a future where entertainment doesn't generate benefactors like it used to: "The moguls who make a billion, they exist today, but they're in Menlo Park."